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ParrotSec V.S Kali Linux

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I'm just looking to get a good thread going. Time for the ultimate question!!

Which do you think is better, Kali or Parrot?

I used Kali myself when I first started out. But I found it to be RAM hungry and kind of clunky. But when I found ParrotSec I was instantly in love. I love the wider selection of tools and the beautiful GUI.

Having TOR and encryption tools built in doesn't hurt either 🙂

You guys comment what you think!!!

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From way back Parrot had no tutorial and show very little about is goal

Today thing change,i may consider tying it again 🙂

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I have used both and think Kali is the way to go.  I did not like the parrot interface vs what kali is.  Parrot seems to be a knockoff of kali so that kali isnt the monopoly of this field.  all in all kali is the way to go as it is easier to use unless your a parrot die hard fan in which all power to you.

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https://forums.hak5.org/topic/913-hacking-where-to-begin/

 

then go there @Kelvinity

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I think that parrot has a better UI, but Kali is more popular. 

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I think Kali isn't best as Parrot and Parrot isn't best as Kali, twice have good functionalities and the most important thing, theirs works!

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